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Their return has re-ignited fears that the bitter feud will escalate again.
A high-flying personal financial adviser has won a massive pay-out after an employment tribunal heard how a bitter feud erupted between her and her boss.
A bitter feud is threatening to overshadow Liverpool’s Worthington Cup semi-final showdown with Sheffield United.
50 Cent has publicly called a truce with his rap protégé The Game, ending their bitter feud .
Although it is believed that the shooting was part of an ongoing feud between two local families, the Gardaí who are investigating the incident are keeping an open mind.
His nephew, a known drug dealer, was killed as a result of the feud between the families.
the long-standing feud between two noble families
Feelings were running high as North Wiltshire District Council’s planning committee voted to defer the decision for more information in the latest round of the bitter feud .
However, members of Adair’s former C Company disputed the claims of former comrades that he was killed because of his role in the bitter feud within the organisation.
To the despair of a generation ‘The Beatles’ were no more and were in a bitter feud , which was never going to be properly patched up.
I can see this whole thing boiling over into a bitter feud , possibly like that one on the news last week with the neighbours who argued over a fence and one of them ended up shot dead.
The city has been hit by a series of murders and shootings in a feud between rival families; late night riots outside a city centre fast-food centre, serious assaults and stabbings.
The bitter feud between Magnier and Ferguson ended last March with the football manager accepting a one-off payment of £2.5m from Magnier to buy out his rights.
What better way than a bitter feud with a true rival?
Their bitter feud has escalated since Shaq’s offseason trade to Miami.
The bitter feud between huntsmen and the anti-hunt movement is about something quite different.
his long-standing feud with Universal Pictures
Although the Lis and the Murdochs tend to downplay it, there are elements of a family feud , something personal in the rivalry, dating back to 1993.
His speaking tours took him to Athens, Corinth, and Ionia, where he contracted a bitter feud with his fellow sophist Polemon.
The revelation led to a bitter feud and the pair did not speak for more than a year.
a savage feud over drugs money
His murder was linked to an ongoing feud between two families from the area.
Though they enjoyed the videos at Christina’s house, Ted could help but be slightly bothered by the fact that at the end of each movie, the seemingly perfect lovers were both dead as a result of familyfeuds or gang wars.
It was also a year of old reliables, notably gangland murders, drug feuds and another raid on the Beit paintings, that gave the lie to the government’s cheerful statistics on crime.
The Ryder Cup has not just been a battleground for the rival teams, the competition has also fuelled some bitter internal feuds .
I was not unwilling to clash with him when we were in Malaysia, but feuding between two sovereign states was different.
The match was most favourable for both families, and united two rich bloodlines that had feuded in the past.
Hostilities, wars, feuds and the like slow down as Muslims worldwide turn their attention to their faith and the 15th, today, marks a period moving into preparation.
Many of her friends were gone, she was feuding with her family, and she was showing signs of dementia.
While the children built up an atmosphere of camaraderie, the adults often feuded , competing for the profits of the deal.